Raider Echo

Victoria Marroquin

Victoria Marroquin

Clarissa Moreno, Photographer

December 14, 2016

“[I listen to] anything really but my favorite genre is Alternative. [I like] G-Eazy [i admire] how he speaks his mind. In a way it lets me clear my mind and see what I really want to do, it’s a huge confidence boost.”

Thu Ngoc Nguyen

Thu Ngoc Nguyen

Jeanie Torvi, Reporter

November 3, 2016

“[Police brutality is] stupid, because they should do better background checks on these policemen they are hiring.”

Josh Hare

Josh Hare

Jeanie Torvi, Reporter

November 3, 2016

“I feel that [police brutality is] a real problem in America, especially lately, so I feel it should stop. I think that it’s messed up how some police officers will abuse their power. They just take it too far, which is why you see all these news stories. Now there’s riots."

Regan Mendez, 10

Regan Mendez, 10

Jeffrey Candelaria, Designer

September 6, 2016

"I'm disappointed because the Mexican Line only has salads today. I like the burritos here, even though the tortillas are hard."

Phoenix Nawrocki

Phoenix Nawrocki

Elena Gary, Designer

September 6, 2016

"Study hard, because if you don't study you will not know what to do, and it will be a lot harder. I had Human Geography last year and I only studied part of a chapter and bombed the quiz because I didn't know half of the stuff; it's very important to study if you have AP classes." Phoenix Nawrocki,...

Gerald Haggerty III

Gerald Haggerty III

Kristin MacKay and Miranda Molina

September 1, 2016

Does the teacher know that you are watching Naruto? "Nope, he doesn't."

Korea’s next big thing

Korea’s next big thing

Amy Pham, Co-Editor-In-Chief

May 13, 2016

His stormy, white hair blended into the color of the sky as he flew for 14 straight hours across the ocean. Once he landed, he was on a race against time. He wasn’t a star yet, but that’s all he wanted to be. In December, sophomore Thang Tran, who is half Korean and half Vietnamese, sent an ...

Makeup: the love of a high school girl

Makeup: the love of a high school girl

Hannah Majerczyk, Reporter

May 13, 2016

Winged eyeliner, pink blush and highlighter are the few things that sophomore Elena Gary values. Gary loves Benefit’s ‘They’re Real!’ eyeliner, Urban Decay’s All Nighter Primer Spray, Cody Airspun powder or any Maybelline lipstick. When it comes to makeup, Gary believes it is art in and of...

Jacklyn Brown

Emily Molden, Photographer

May 6, 2016

"Acting and modeling have always been two passions of mine since I was two years old. I've always had such a huge ego, because I love myself. I have already gotten a modeling contract, and now I need to master acting. If I were to become an actress and win an Oscar, that would be a dream come true."...

Cianne Board

Cianne Board

Saschel Moore and Eden Amberber

November 17, 2015

"[Being tall] is different. The most annoying thing is when the same people ask me everyday 'Why are you so tall?' But, overall I don't really care [about it]." Sophomore Cianne Board

Jose Rico

Jose Rico

Hannah Majerczyk, Reporter

November 5, 2015

“I’ve been playing since I was 10 years old, because that’s whenever I started watching soccer. I look up to God and Javier Hernandez. I’m going to try out [for Alianza] next year, and when I try out, I’m gonna make it. My dad had so little in his life, and I’m trying to be what he couldn’t...

Maximizing their Mission

Maximizing their Mission

Eden Amberber, Reporter

November 4, 2015

This past summer, both junior Garrett Womersley and sophomore Nicole Espinosa took their first trip outside of the United States. Their destinations: a third world country. Their purpose: a church mission. Womersley went to Nairobi, Kenya with his aunt, uncle and church group. Espinosa went to Tetiyan,...